"By their wounds shall ye know them, and by their smell, for they are not born as men, but in some other fashion; by some corruption of seed or spirit that has given them other properties than those we are familiar with. "

"By their wounds shall ye know them, and by their smell, for they are not born as men, but in some other fashion; by some corruption of seed or spirit that has given them other properties than those we are familiar with. "

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The idea of marriage between humans and spirits is a topic that is not discussed often in the Western world, but in times past, and in some foreign countries it is given heavy consideration. In Islamic countries, for example, we find a lot about marriages between Jinn and human beings. In Islamic tradition, are said to have been created thousands of years before mankind and they are made of a “smokeless fire.” They live in a parallel world and propagate their own within a family structure. A Dictionary of Islam by Thomas Patrick Hughes, B.D., M.R.A.S., states the following concerning the Jinn:

“The Jinn, it has been already shown, are peaceable. They also eat and drink, and propagate their species, sometimes in conjunction with human beings; in which latter case, the offspring partakes of the nature of both parents.”

We find these legends existing in other parts of the world. it had been long known that some men of a homosexual nature would enter into the Catholic priesthood and focus their energies towards obtaining the ‘grace of god.’ However, the reasons why women become nuns is not often discussed. A History of the Inquisition of Spain, Volume 3 by Henry Charles Lea, recounts the following on page 384:

 “Liaisons of this kind would be entered into with demons, and would be maintained with the utmost fidelity on both sides for thirty to forty years; and the connection thus established was proof against all the ordinary arts of the exorciser. Alvaro Pelayo relates that in a nunnery under his direction it prevailed among the nuns, and he was utterly powerless to stop it. In fact, it was peculiarly frequent in such pious establishments.”

The information, cited above, reveal that during the Middle Ages nuns engaged in relationships with spirits lasting up to 30 years that were monogamous for both parties involved, human and spirit. Before we continue further into this discussion, it would be good to get an understanding of how the Jinn were defined in ancient Mesopotamian, since we are practitioners of the Sumerian tradition today. The Assyrian Cultural Association of Canada has an article on their website entitled The Assyrian Bull, which states the following:

“This is how the name appears in Assyrian records, the origin of the word “Lamassu” is from the Sumerian (Lammu), the name was used for a female jinn whose duty was to protect cities, palaces and houses of worship, but the male jinn protector was known in Sumerian as (Alad-Lammu ) while in the ancient Assyrian (Akkadian) language it was known as “Shidu” [1] – [2]  and the words “shida” or shidda” are still used in modern Assyrian language also meaning ”jinn”, the word “shidana” is derived from ancient Assyrian beliefs meaning “those touched by jinn” and of this term, the Arabic word “majnoun” was derived also in reference to the word “jinn”.”

The above observation seems to indicate that the Sedu and the Lamassu (protective female entity) later became known as the Jinn. Another website, Occultpedia, seems to support these observations. Under the a post entitled, Jinn, mentions the following:

“In Assyro-Babylonian demonology the Genii or Jinn were demons who participated  closely in the everyday life of human beings, although they themselves were invisible and superhuman…Good Jinn were called Shedu or Lamassu and would act as guardians (although they required propitiatory rites)…In Arab folklore, the Jinns are a sort of elementals, Arabian spirits, perhaps animistic, although by most accounts they are fearsome and usually portrayed as monstrous demons. Evil Jinn, called Edimmu, were said to be the souls of dead people who had not been properly buried.”

It seems that the sedu and lamassu did later became known as a good Jinn, while the demons of ancient Mesopotamian myth were the evil Jinn. in the classic work by R.C. Thompson entitled, Semitic Magic, we find the following on page 58:

“The demons of the Rabbinic tradition {sedim or mazzzkin) are said to have been created by the Almighty.  He had created their souls, and was about to create their bodies when the Sabbath set in, and he did not create them.”   Half of the Jinn are good and half are malignant beings, and they inhabit the seven stages which form the edifice of the underworld, just as the Babylonian demons lived in Ekurra.”

This gives us definite confirmation that the Sedu and Lamassu became known as the Jinn in Arab mythology, which also included malevolent spirits of the dead. What is interesting about all of this is that the Sedu and the Lamassu are propitiated for in the Necronomicon Tradition in the famous calling of the Watcher. In an article entitled Did The Ancient Mesopotamians Invoke A Watcher Like Practitioners of the Simon Necronomicon Do Today?, we explain how what is called the Watcher in today’s Necronomicon Tradition was known in ancient times as the Sedu and the Lamassu. Marriages between a human being and a Jinn (Watcher) do exist in the Necronomicon Tradition.

In the Simon Necronomicon we find concerning Din.Gir Inanna/Ishtar:

“She is similarly the Goddess of Love, and bestows a favourable bride upon any man who desires it, and who makes the proper sacrifice. BUT KNOW THAT INANNA TAKES HER OWN FOR HER OWN, AND THAT ONCE CHOSEN BY HER NO MAN MAY TAKE ANOTHER BRIDE.”

While the Goddess Inanna can give a favorable Bride for a sacrifice of a bodily influence, this is also a reference to a jinn Human marriage. This was known in ancient Sumeria as the Sacred Marriage Rite.

The Sacred Marriage Rite is the template of modern marriage-day ceremonies, and why women wear white as weddings. The Sacred Marriage Rite began with a procession by the king to the giparu of Inanna’s temple. During this time the bride (enacted by a priestess of Inanna) prepared for the event by washing, anointing, and adoring herself. During the procession, and in anticipation of ‘Inanna’ meeting the king, there was a celebration of songs and other activities. One of the highlights of the event was the sexual union that took place between the king and Inanna. This sexual rite took place in the heart of the temple. Some scholars have erroneously debated, whether or not, actual sexual relations took place. Some have suggested that the king went to bed with a statue of the Goddess. This may be true of some of the celebrations that occurred around 1700 B.C. However, we shall see later in our discussion that in the ancient rites, sexual relations actually occurred.

Through the Sacred Marriage Rite, which took place to bring in the Sumerian New Year, the fecundity and sheer life-force of the goddess was honored, delivered, and drawn down to bless the land, the king, and his people. Without the king’s participation in the Sacred Marriage Rite, he was considered unable to be an effective ruler. His potency was inextricably linked with his physical prowness and attuned to his sexual energies.

The Sacred Marriage Rite is also included in the Simon Necronomicon workings. Although it appears as a “love spell” we find the following in the Book of Calling. This information was covered in our Agga Series of articles:




We also learn in the description of the Goddess Ishtar that “she takes her own for her own.” In some respects the Necronomicon is the Book of Ishtar, as it chooses its initiates. This is clearly indicated by Simon in Gates of the Necronomicon, pages 197-198:

“The number of this Goddess is, of course, Fifteen. In a way, that is similar to the number of the Necronomicon, which, adding up its letters in Greek, equals 555, a number of “obscurity” according to Liber 777.”

There are many instances where the Initiate of the Necronomicon Mysteries may take his/her Watcher as a spouse. In some respects the Gate-Walking process of initiation may grant one with a spouse that is “other worldly.” The Mad Arab describes the book as an “amulet for protection” in his Second Testimony. The book is like a “magic lamp” containing a genie in it, practitioners of the Necronomicon can attest to this. In the book Dead Names by Simon mentions this. On page 306 of the said work, Simon mentions:

“He claims that the Necronomicon is protected by an egregore, which is funny, considering that the translation of the Greek word is “watcher.” Who knows? He may be right.”

Semitic Magic, which was cited previously, indicates this point in the book’s preface, where we learn the reason for creating certain taboos and customs in the land of ancient Mesopotamia:

“(2) The relations between spirits and human beings were so close that both semi-divine and semi-demoniac offspring could be born of intermarriage between them, either of human mothers or fathers. (3) From this belief in intermarriage with spirits arose the tabus on certain sexual functions. These (according to the present theory) indicate the advent, proximity, or presence of marriageable demons who would tolerate no meddling in their amours. Hence the tribesman, fearing their jealousy, segregated the contaminated person from the rest of the tribe for such time as he deemed expedient.”

"yet who lies not dead, but dreaming; he whom secret priests, initiated into the Black Rites, whose names are writ forever in the Book of Chaos, can summon if they but know how."

After the Initiate has passed all seven gates, they may request a Jinn wife or husband that will manifest in the dream world and eventually in the physical world. There are times when the Initiate’s Watcher will come to them in dreams and request a romantic relationship with the practitioner. In the event of any of these things occurring, the Initiate should consider the terms of what a relationship with the Jinn/watcher would encompass and how physical would the relationship be? What must be provided to appease their newfound “spirit lover?” what arrangements are to be made, just in case children are born from this union? These are all things that should be given some serious thought before entering an intimate marriage with the Watcher. It may be best just to entreat the Goddess for a physical spouse. The instruction for these marriages, which do occur in this tradition, are given to Initiates who are advanced in the work. This information is not given out freely so that the newcomer will not injure his/her karma before the real work has begun.

21 thoughts on “A Rapid Increase In Marriage Ceremonies Between Jinn and Humans Within The Necronomicon Tradition

  1. Seth Bilqees el-Ghoul says:

    Salaam! About 3 years ago Simon Magus left a comment on one of my old blogs asking if I had ever considered working with jinn because some would like to be reunited with their children. Unfortunately, I had only just seen the comment yesterday as I have had many blogs in my past and tend not to pay attention to them once they’re defunct, but suffice to say I’m grateful that this blog was linked back to so that I could respond, even if 3 years later!

    My dealings with jinn have never, or more appropriately, very rarely, been controllable. Beyond offerings and supplications and entreaties, I’ve no knowledge of how to work with them. It seems to happen on their terms, or because of reasons I don’t understand. Also, I’m not a blind acceptor of the things they would say depending on the situation (as given their advantages, they can say and claim many things, and many lean towards the trickster variety…and to be honest I can’t really blame them). Though, then again the jinn I have come into contact with seem to get that and don’t try to pretend to be something they’re not. So, while I would love to help reunite jinn to their children, I have no real way of going about it.

    As for the subject of this post, I’ve had one interesting dream experience that was beyond the casual jinni lover, and perhaps is an example of why I trust jinn about as much as I trust humans. The dream was simple: in it I was sitting at a computer listening to something streaming from the internet when all of a sudden I heard several (around 4) male jinn speaking in English, all with distinct voices and manners of speech. I couldn’t see them, only hear them, and they were in the middle of a “conversation” about how many human women they’ve had sex with and which ethnicities were the best/which countries they’ve been to for that. It was very piggish talk involving the details–very much like stereotypical jocks or something like that–and it rather shocked me. That was when it occurred to them that I heard them (I don’t remember the details of that revelation). Still without being able to see them, they grabbed me and within mere seconds somehow whisked me away to some building. Unfortunately, most of its details have slipped my mind. I remember that inside there was a lot of white, there were at least two columns, and there was a door. To get revenge on my (unintentional) eavesdropping, they shoved me through the door, although I was able to resist some before I was pushed in and the door locked behind me. Inside was a different entity (not sure if a jinn, but not human), who was nicely dressed and had only one eye (the other covered with a patch). My punishment for overhearing the chauvinist jinn talk was that one forcing himself on me where I physically relented but spiritually fought it to the core.

    I have other such dreams and instances that are possibly more relevant to the both the subject of jinn children and of marriages etc. but they’re rather personal so I’m not going to post them here as a comment.

    Overall, finding your blog has been an interesting experience. I’m not used to anyone outside of Islam even mentioning the word jinn AND when I was very young (12 or so) I dabbled with the things that are mentioned on the blog (Ancient Near Eastern paganism/Necronomicon etc) but after that I second-guessed myself and buried that aspect of my past since it would be met with derision by most i.e. “you followed a fake book?”

  2. Salaam! Mr. Bilqees El-Ghoul, the Necronomicon Current is an excellent way to connect with the Jinn. I am an Initiate of the Necronomicon Tradition and have had a very intense experience with a Jinn woman past December.
    I do not want to go into too much detail as this was a promise to Her. Some things should be kept private….
    What I can say however is that They are very powerful! She exuded such power that I felt intoxicated, like I was enchanted by the song of a Siren. She was magnificent! I also received a gift from her which came in a very unexpected form. I had been searching for months for a translation of a particular exorcism and at the day of our meeting She showed me where I should look. After all those months of searching I found the work that contained this exorcism through a simple thought She put in my mind. From thousands of online works she found the work I needed in the blink of an eye!

    They are a great Race and should be recognized and respected as such!

    My regards, Nightcaller.

  3. Seth Bilqees el-Ghoul says:

    Nightcaller: Thank you for sharing your experience! That sounds really nice! I’m glad you’ve had a positive and personal experience, and that she was able to help you out in that way as I can imagine how difficult that kind of research can be. I’ve not had that kind of direct experience when wishing to find something. My instances of that nature have been more indirect, impulse-based and possibly deity-driven rather than jinn communicated. My jinn experiences are mostly random interactions, dreams, and trickster things (most recently, knocking).

    I’m a Ms, btw, but I understand the confusion because of my nickname and the subject matter. 😉

  4. My sincere apologies! I did not realize you were a female, yet I fully well know that there are many female practitioners out there. 🙂 I really liked reading your experiences. I must say that most of my experiences take place in dreams (astral world), but from what I’ve learned from personal experience, as well as from correspondence with other Gate-Walkers, the great DinGir Inanna bestows a favourable mate upon the Initiate in the form of a Jinn man, or Jinn woman.

    Many blessings!

  5. Seth Bilqees el-Ghoul says:

    No worries! The overwhelming majority of jinn encounters for me are definitely in the realm of dreams. I’ve had so many that I wouldn’t even know where to begin, although none that are recent–been a dream dry spell. The most interesting non-dream was a sight I had was years ago when I laid down for a nap, although hadn’t fallen asleep. In it a jinni that I knew as Daniel (which I always took as a name of convenience rather than a true name) had me sitting on a plain wooden chair–atmosphere all black–and he was behind me and said that he couldn’t “see me” anymore because I had “changed.” That was kind of depressing haha. The most recent non-dream experience happened yesterday where a jinni knocked on one of my back car windows, which came days after I had experienced knocking in my room (inside closet, wall, attic in a row). That was disorienting because I had never experienced that before and I thought someone had come up to my (moving) car somehow.

    Sounds like Inanna is a generous goddess. 🙂

    On the subject of jinn children and their being reunited with parents, which Simon Magus had commented to a blog of mine about, there is much to speak of. I thought I was on to something yesterday when I was re-reading The Mothman Prophecies, but I could be wrong. In it there is a man nicknamed Tiny that everyone assumes is essentially a jinni (although never referred to in that way, which I always found odd especially since John Keel had spent considerable time in the Middle East…but perhaps he just didn’t want to put the bias of belief into it) and this Tiny claimed that he was from the “Missing Heirs Bureau.” He asked all these questions about the specific random details about a specific person (the husband of a family) who could “inherit great wealth.” That seemed to fit the bill of a jinni trying to reconnect with their child BUT it turns out that Tiny could have just been an eccentric or schizophrenic possibly with aspergers (many have been offended by that theory, naturally), based on a different well-known investigator having a similar experience. Though, it could also have been possible that while said eccentric person did exist, the jinni had just assumed that form or was just eerily similar.

    1. Warlock Asylum says:

      Interesing thoughts. Simon Magus is vcationing for the time. I am not sure why she may have suggest that you were possibly of Jinn lineage but it seems that “Daniel” is around you of late. I would suggest that maybe you would like to look into the Necronomicon Tradition a little more. Thanks for your thougths.

  6. Interesting stuff indeed!

    You are right Ms. Bilqees El-Ghoul, Inanna, great Queen of Heaven and Earth, is indeed a generous Goddess. 🙂
    She is both a Goddess of Love and Passion, and a Goddess of War. She is also known as Ishtar.

    I enjoy reading your thoughts and if you are interested in reading some of my astral experiences you should review some of my older posts.

    My regards, Nightcaller.

  7. i live in an Islamic country. I am 27 years old. I have not seen, heard and read about any marriage of a jinn and a human. What is reference of your article? from where you came up with this?

    1. Warlock Asylum says:

      I have a lot of references on this that are provided in the article and in the book The Genealogy of God by Warlock Asylum

  8. I live in a country where Islam is the main religion and I’m a Muslim. Well, I’ve heard and read about jinn and human marriage. Even so, some said that the marriage between jinn and human is prohibitedbin Islam.

  9. Allah says in Surat Rum (30) v 21 “Among His sign is that he created for you from your on own race a mate to dwell with, and thereby with affection and mercy , in these is are sign for men of understanding ” . From this chapter and verse Allah only allowed marriage between human to human and Jinn to Jinn not vice versa. In human pregnancy last nine month while in Jinn pregnancy last fifteen years. To explain further to you its possible you come in contact with the Jinn through dream or life and theirs intercourse and marriage occurred. In reality i bet you it is as a result you distance from Allah (GOD) which will denied getting married with human .For each time you are getting into relationship with human the Jinn out of jealousy will not permit the relationship and will always end separation . How does the Jinn do this’? He(Jinn) scared the human away from you by making your head appear multiple or you will always get irritated or infuriated when you around the human.

  10. warlock asylum
    so you are the descendant of the jinn by both parents or one of them? is the marriage between human and jinn halal in Islam? any authority pse

    1. By one parent. I’m not sure if it is or isn’t. I’m more concerned about the development of life.

  11. ooh okey, this is very interesting, so which world are you living, i mean are you living in our human world or the jinns one? or both? if you are living in our world can any one identify any difference on you or you are just like normal human beings?

  12. Hello Everyone. I met a man many years ago in my friend’s house. He told us that one of his brothers was married to a woman from the Jinn race. According to him he was very happily married.

  13. Also King Solomon’s wife Bilqees had a human father and Jinni mother. According to an article that i read many years ago.

  14. My question to Warlock Asylum. I am asking you out of curiosity, Do you have the same power as Jinn in being able to disappear and change shape. with all the respect.

  15. Hi there; I think still you are reading our posts; anyways I was non occultist person until I visited India and then I saw some dreams etc and then I went asia my home country but it was contiunued my dreams and sights etc whatever I worried and I went some mental hospital and they tried some cures but it did not work and then last year i tried some mediums and they told to me you are jinns child and human child half half. my mom indian and my dad asian and my mom had lover of jinn and he shaped as father and laid with her too. and after i searched mom also told me when i was 3 years old i was missing 5 days and after they found me in near graveyard and those telling after i searched some vampirism and connection with blood magic and sahirins and i searched kind of this things in world and their life style suited to me. and then i tried to drink animal blood as like crow etc kind a nast taste but after i started to drink montlhly blood for my way and i get more healthy and happy life. and nowadays i study some witch doctor stuff from middle east. I just what i learned vampire or witch s are jinn child half half.. I really like to read this article. my english so bad so sorry again.

  16. Recently, I was watching a Lebanese talk show on LBC called Ahmar Belkhat Alareed. that specific Episode was interviewing men and women who are married to the Jinn race, I was astonished about the number of people who has such marriage, The most interesting story was the one of Adel Mahmoud who is married to a beautiful jinni lady called Margaret. Adel and Margaret have 4 children,Clearly you can tell from Adel’s story that the marriage was built on love and trust,Check it out if you are interested,

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